Social Media Sunday: Twitter Revisited

Great advice for growing social media. Thank you Gene’O!

Sourcerer

Last weekend I started actively growing my Twitter following @Sourcererblog again. On Friday, Sept. 26, I was sitting at 2,789 followers. As I write this post a week later, I’m at 3,014 and counting. If I’m able to pick up another 75 before Monday, I’ll have gained 300 followers in 10 days. That’s the largest single bump I’ve seen, so it’s worth discussing. The lesson I’m taking from it is that once you’re able to gain a stable Twitter following of 2500+, Twitter gets easier.

Twitter analytics run a day behind, so this doesn’t capture my follower growth since yesterday, but it will give you an idea of how my account is trending right now. The top of the blue line represents 2,980 followers when the stats rolled over on Friday. The little spike at the very end covers the period from Sept. 27 (2,816 followers) through Friday. So about 170 followers added last…

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One thought on “Social Media Sunday: Twitter Revisited

  1. Thanks for reblogging this way-too-long social media post 🙂

    I woke up this morning with plans to strip the narrative historical parts out, do a geeky Twitter post today, and tell the story tomorrow. Then I read the post and said “nah, too much work. Too much else to do.” So I published it and I was wrong. My audience for the social media blogging is way down today, and my best guess as to why is that no one wants to read something this long, hee hee.

    The twitter advice is good though. I know my Twitter.

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